Rome Travel Guides

Circus Maximus, Rome, Italy

     Circo Massimo (Latin Circus Maximus) - the most extensive racetrack in Ancient Rome, Italy, located in the valley between Aventino and Palatine. The competition on the racetrack could simultaneously participate twelve chariots. According to legend, this point was the place of kidnapping Sabine women. It’s believed that the chariot races were first held here by king Tarquins Prisco (c. 500 BC).

Visiting Colosseum in Rome, Italy

    Coliseum — the largest ancient Roman amphitheater, one of the most famous ancient monuments of ancient Rome and one of the most famous architectural structures in the world. Originally the Coliseum was named the Flavian Amphitheater, because it built by the emperors of this dynasty.

Rome Transport Guide, Italy

Rome Airport The Italian capital is served by two airports. The most widely used is Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Rome Fiumicino Airport). The quickest way Rome airport to Rome (Termini Train Station) is via train which costs about €10 one-way (every 30mins for a 30mins ride). Rome airport taxi to town cost at least 45€. The other airport, Rome Ciampino Airport, is the airport which budget airlines use it is Rome low cost airport. A Rome bus service connects it to Termini Station.

Unusual Things to Do in Rome, Italy

    Different guidebooks are offering their versions of must things to see in Rome. In addition to classic Rome attractions, there are unusual things to see in Rome and unusual things to do in Rome that no less exciting. You can also enjoy Rome outside classic Rome sightseeing tours. I would recommend going to the Rome Coliseum first thing in the morning when there are hardly any tourists, tour around a bit and enjoy the peace. If you would like to jump the queue you can buy Roma Archeologia Card ( Rome archaeological card).

What To See In a Day Trip to Rome, Italy

    I’d like to advise you how to spend one day in Rome to learn about it long enough. It is my personal guide which I tested during the Italy vacations. Actually one day is not enough to see all Rome attractions. To see all Rome attractions you need a time to get around this great city, and a walk in the narrow streets of Rome with other tourist. First of all  take the metro to the station «Ottaviano-S. Pietro» and go to Vatican, in the direction of St. Peter's Square (Piazza S. Pietro).

Circus Maximus, Rome, Italy

     Circo Massimo (Latin Circus Maximus) - the most extensive racetrack in Ancient Rome, Italy, located in the valley between Aventino and Palatine. The competition on the racetrack could simultaneously participate twelve chariots. According to legend, this point was the place of kidnapping Sabine women. It’s believed that the chariot races were first held here by king Tarquins Prisco (c. 500 BC).

Visiting Colosseum in Rome, Italy

    Coliseum — the largest ancient Roman amphitheater, one of the most famous ancient monuments of ancient Rome and one of the most famous architectural structures in the world. Originally the Coliseum was named the Flavian Amphitheater, because it built by the emperors of this dynasty.

Rome Transport Guide, Italy

Rome Airport The Italian capital is served by two airports. The most widely used is Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Rome Fiumicino Airport). The quickest way Rome airport to Rome (Termini Train Station) is via train which costs about €10 one-way (every 30mins for a 30mins ride). Rome airport taxi to town cost at least 45€. The other airport, Rome Ciampino Airport, is the airport which budget airlines use it is Rome low cost airport. A Rome bus service connects it to Termini Station.

Unusual Things to Do in Rome, Italy

    Different guidebooks are offering their versions of must things to see in Rome. In addition to classic Rome attractions, there are unusual things to see in Rome and unusual things to do in Rome that no less exciting. You can also enjoy Rome outside classic Rome sightseeing tours. I would recommend going to the Rome Coliseum first thing in the morning when there are hardly any tourists, tour around a bit and enjoy the peace. If you would like to jump the queue you can buy Roma Archeologia Card ( Rome archaeological card).

What To See In a Day Trip to Rome, Italy

    I’d like to advise you how to spend one day in Rome to learn about it long enough. It is my personal guide which I tested during the Italy vacations. Actually one day is not enough to see all Rome attractions. To see all Rome attractions you need a time to get around this great city, and a walk in the narrow streets of Rome with other tourist. First of all  take the metro to the station «Ottaviano-S. Pietro» and go to Vatican, in the direction of St. Peter's Square (Piazza S. Pietro).